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Stehekin ~ High Bridge Ranger Station
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This cabin is the High Bridge Ranger Station located near High Bridge (you can see the yellow/black alternating striped signage at the edge), which goes over the Stehekin River. This is also the location where access to the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is found connecting to the Stehekin Valley Road at High Bridge beside the cabin. To the right is the garage/shop and further to the right is a small barn in the horse corral.


After coming down off the PCT, hikers quite often follow the road into the unincorporated community of Stehekin, Washington 98852 USA, where they can camp, shower, do laundry, send a postcard, or even get a room for a night or two before continuing their journey.

At the time this panorama was captured, Malcolm (at left, is a videographer raised at Stehekin's Golden West Lodge, formerly owned by his folks) was talking with two hikers (in red and green) continuing up toward the Canadian border (about 90 miles further north). We had talked with others earlier that autumn day who decided that, due to the snow at 5,000 feet and above, that they take the boat from Stehekin to Chelan (at the other end of the 55-mile long Lake Chelan) and head home to plan finishing their PCT trek next year.

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Copyright: Timothy Oldfield ~ Washington State 360
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 15/10/2016
Uploaded: 27/10/2016
Updated: 28/10/2016
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Tags: cabin; garage; barn; corral; bridge; trees; forest
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